Clearwater's humid subtropical climate means it is almost always inviting. Spend the day at Clearwater Beach. Walk across the soft sand or go for a swim. Stay for the spectacular sunsets after dinner in one of the nearby restaurants. While on the beach, wander down Pier 60 and rent some gear to go fishing. This popular spot has tourist shops, street performers and concessions. The Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a working animal hospital which works to rehabilitate and release injured wildlife. It is home to "Winter," the bottle-nose dolphin made famous in the movie "Dolphin Tale." Stop in at a winery, or take a Segway tour. Clearwater has so much to see. For an RV rental near the beach, come to Clearwater, Florida for endless beaches and beautiful sunsets.
Clearwater Campers, RV Trailers, Motorhomes And RV Rentals
Quiet, Swimming Pool, Wi-Fi, Hookups, Onsite Laundry, Family Friendly, Scenic
Clean park with nice laundry facilites and great pool area. Close to town of Dunedin which is a wonderful little town for shopping for those Florida must have souvenirs. Love this little town!
By Eileen Gross
Clearwater RV Resort is convenient to all of the attractions and amenities of Clearwater, while also treating guests to a peaceful seaside location. Apparently, there is no other RV park in Florida that places its guests so close to the beach, and the soft, white sands that extend along this pristine shoreline make up one of the best. There?s also a pool with a sitting and lounging area if you want to swim and tan without the salt. On-site amenities include hot water showers, a laundry, a dumping station, and free WiFi. The activity center often hosts special holiday parties and organizes other events like bingo games, dart tournaments, line dancing, and ice cream socials. The park also has resources for those that would like to rent, buy, or store an RV. There is a vast array of attractions and points of interest minutes away in nearby Clearwater, along with several opportunities for sport fishing, golf, and boating.
Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
Pinellas Park, FL
Whether or not you are a car buff, you will enjoy the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum. The cars are a private collection, and you might even meet the owners who will tell you all about the cars. If not, the other members of staff are very knowledgeable and will give you all the information you need. You will see cars from the earliest examples of the 1770s to the futuristic cars of the 1960s. You will be amazed that some of the things associated with cars are not as modern as we like to think; for example, electric cars, aluminium bodies and engines, and rotary engines. None of the exhibits are roped off, so you will have the opportunity to examine them closely. They are all accompanied by informative panels. Most of the cars here are European, many are one-of-a-kind, and they are driven regularly. There is a shop next door, where they restore cars.
Ybor City, a historic neighborhood in Tampa, is steeped in Cuban-American culture and that of other immigrants who settled there in the late 1800s. Today, it's a center of culture, food and entertainment and home to the famous Columbia Restaurant, which boasted the first air-condition dining room in Florida, built in 1935.
Home of some of the fiercest roller coasters in the state, Busch Gardens is also full of African animals, some rare and endangered. The theme park has something for visitors of any age, from thrilling rides for adults and older children to milder attractions for small children.
Ringling Museum of Art
Known as Florida's State Art Museum, the Ringling is the former home and personal gallery of Mabel and John Ringling, the famed circus magnate. On this 66-acre property, visitors can tour the Ca' d'Zan, the Circus Museum, the Bayfront Gardens and the historic Asolo Theater. If art and architecture are your thing, don't miss a stop at the Ringling.
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
The official state art museum of Florida offers over 10,000 works which include paintings, photographs, sculptures, drawings, prints and decorative arts. Within its 150,000 square feet, you can also find a circus museum, the Ca' d'Zan a famous Gothic Venetian house and the Ringling?s mansion. You can also watch world class performances here.
Mote Marine Laboratory
With more than 100 marine local species to learn about, visitors can see sharks, manatees, sea turtles, seahorses, rays, seahorses, and invertebrates including cuttlefish, jellyfish, and sea anemones. You can also get up close and touch baby sharks and participate in interactive games as you learn about sea life cycles. This is a chance to learn from a world renowned research facility about the wonders of the sea.
Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
A world class research and education center, it is also a frequented horticultural exhibition. Visitors come to learn and experience the living collection of tropical plants. There are 15 acres encompassing 12 buildings, which include the Children?s Rainforest Garden, which is the only outdoor elevated rainforest display in the world, where you can feel what?s like to live in the canopy, visitors can also enjoy the Towering Bamboo Garden the Banyan groves, and so much more.
Siesta Key Beach
You can't come to Siesta Key and not experience the beach. In fact, there are three named beaches here on this 8-mile stretch of coastline ? Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach. All offer a fantastic island experience, with coral formations, white sand that stays cool under your feet and fantastic shelling opportunities. If you are looking for a great family beach, this is it.
ChampionsGate Golf Resort
Scenic wetlands and sprawling, lush grounds make ChampionsGate Golf Resort a must-stop for any avid golfer. The international and national courses offer beautiful scenery and a challenge on the greens. It is home to David Leadbedder's Golf academy as well as a top 100 golf shop, restaurant and sports lounge.
Webbs Candy Shop
With a great, big retro-looking green sign beckoning customers to pull of U.S. 27 and try the goat milk fudge, Webbs Candy Shop serves up treats from chocolates to fudge to citrus candies to ice cream. The store has been an attraction since 1932, selling high-end treats to generations of Floridians and visitors.